This is a busy little village, with shops, post office, restaurant, coffee shop and launderette.
The mailboat service from Oban to Mull traditionally called at Salen pier en route to Tobermory and many people still have fond memories of the Lochinvar. From 1964 the new ferries required bigger piers and Craignure was established as the main ferry terminus on the island due to its central location for visitors to Tobermory and Iona. This meant the end for Salen as a mailboat destination.
St Columba visited Salen and preached from a rocky bluff behind the Salen Hotel, it is said that his services were ‘not very well attended’.
The Salen Police Station is one of 4 Police Stations on the Island. Read moreTel:01680 300322
Salen This is a busy little village, with shops, post office, restaurant, coffee shop and launderette. The mailboat service from Oban to Mull traditionally called at Salen pier en route to Tobermory and many people still have fond memories of the Lochinvar. From 1964 the new ferries required bigger piers and Craignure was established as […] Read moreAddress: Salen Isle of Mull Argyll PA72 6JB
Salen Surgery and medical centre is located on Pier Road in the village. Read moreTel:01680 300327
Salen Primary School also has a Gaelic Unit and Gaelic pre-school. Read moreTel: 01680 300348
This mid-Gothic style building was completed and opened on July 9th 1899 by the Rev. Dr. Norman Macleod from Inverness, a member of the Macleods of Morvern. At this time both English and Gaelic services were held. Read more
There is an extremely well stocked Spa shop at Salen, everything you need for your holiday on the island. Read moreTel: 01680 300472
Red Cross Charity Book Shop is located at the entrance to the hospital and is usually open Tuesday and Friday mornings 10.30 - 12 noon. Read moreTel:01680 300446
Salen Post Office and Launderette is situated alongside the Spa shop in the centre of the village. Read moreTel: 01680 300321
Rowley's Filling Station in Salen sells diesel, unleaded petrol, oil, car accessories, confectionery, soft drinks and ice cream. Read moreTel: 01680 300326
Glenforsa Airfield along with the Isle of Barra must be one of the most stunning airfields in the country. It opened for regular flights on 13th September 1966 but there are now no scheduled flights, the Logan Air flight from Glasgow ceased in 1980. Read more
The present day building was converted from an old people's home in the 1980's and there are still a number of residential beds. Minor injuries can be treated here. Read moreTel: 01680 300392
The hotel has 2 well stocked bars and the popular bar lunch and supper menu is available daily. Light snacks and refreshments are available all day. The hotel is happy to accept pets. Read moreAddress: Salen Aros Isle Of Mull PA72 6JG